Let's face it, who doesn't love South Park? It's one of those shows that over the years doesn't get worse but better, coming up with fresh ideas for every new episode. Much like everyone else, I was exposed to the show around 12 or 13 years old. I had never heard of South Park at the time, so the night I watched it over at a friend's house (one in which I haven't seen in years) I couldn't believe that what I was watching existed. When a person normally thinks of cartoons, they don't think of this. So naturally throughout most of the years to follow, I stayed away from the show. It wasn't until a few years ago I started watching the show again when I found it on SouthParkStudios.com. As I dug deeper and deeper in this show, I realized it was more than just violence and garbage. South Park was a way to make fun of all current pop culture and situations that needed to be made fun of. And naturally they can get away with it because it's a cartoon. The main goal of the show is to make a point, but to take a risk whether or not you can get away with it. And after hearing what the Nostalgia Critic had to say, I've taken this into account. And then I saw the movie. And... what can I say? It was hilarious. Not just for the toilet humor, but for the way these situations in the movie are handled. But accompanying the backfire of the deal, it was made two years after it's initial TV show release on Comedy Central. At the time people didn't understand that they we're trying to make fun of current affairs, they just thought it was arrogant trash. So to make a movie for the main stream to see theatrically was a pretty gutsy move. And after seeing some of their episodes, I see that guts is nothing short of what Trey Stone and Matt Parker have. So naturally this season, South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut is on my list and is sure to be within the season. Why? Because it's one of my all time favorites but also has enough dumbass things in it to sustain a full critique. But just to be clear, the idea of IN101M is no matter how loved the movie is by everyone, he's gonna find something bad to say about it. Why? Because when someone makes fun of something and talks smack about it, it's funny. So yes, this is your first official confirmed episode for season 3. Check out the trailer for the movie below. That's pretty fricking awesome too.